StandardAero Business Aviation gets Aruba engine authorization
StandardAero Business Aviation recently received official confirmation and certification for providing aircraft and engine services in Aruba, expanding the company’s international footprint and investments to more than 40 different countries around the world. The specific Aruba certification applies to StandardAero’s Houston MRO facility, located at IAH international airport.
In addition to this new certification, StandardAero has renewed an additional 13 international certifications thus far in 2016 to ensure it continues to provide MRO services for operators across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
“We aim to be the global MRO leader in the business aviation industry,” said Marc McGowan, President of StandardAero Business Aviation. “Expanding and maintaining our international certifications and authorizations is critical for our customers who operate and travel both domestically and internationally.”
In addition to its operating certifications from countries around the world, StandardAero holds more than 70 OEM authorizations from the world’s leading aircraft, engine, avionics and cabin management/IFE manufacturers.
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